All sounds create geometry when they encounter a membrane, leaving a vibrational imprint that can be rendered visible using cymascopic principles. Since every living cell is enclosed within a membrane, all the sounds around us imprint our cells with a vibrational pattern of sonic energy. The fact that the wavelengths of everyday sounds far exceeds the size of living cells is not relevant to the phenomenon because every atom or molecule carries all the periodicities of a given sound. Imaging sounds in the microscopic realm may lead to a better understanding of the principles that underpin ultrasound therapy and audible sound therapy.
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Microscopic Cymascopic / 919 Hertz
Microscopic Cymascopic / Frequency Sweep
A micro cymatics set up in the CymaScope lab, in which a single drop of water is excited by a high frequency piezo transducer on the stage of a Nikon Eclipse 50i microscope